Introduced in 2005, the Yellowfin 34 Offshore has undergone several refinements but retains its classic look and ride. Among the improvements include some minor hull refinements and changes to the cockpit to improve the experience for anglers.
The console and helm seating have been shifted about 15 inches forward to open more room for fishing in the 34-foot boat. Anglers will love the 55-gallon well in the helm seating and the 50-gallon livewell in the transom. To create more stability when on the water, Yellowfin widened the chine without impacting the ride.
If fishing isn’t the first choice, buyers can go with an optional wraparound bow seating with electric backrests. A filler cushion transforms the space into a large sun pad. A nearby forward console seat lifts up to a step-down compartment and is the perfect spot to stash a marine head.
The Bradenton, Florida, builder offers six models in its Offshore series, ranging from 29 feet to 42 feet.
Weight: 8,800 pounds
Base Power: (3) Mercury 350 Verados
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